Wrong-way driver crashes one car, steals another, crashes again

Two people are in critical condition after a wrong-way crash on Loop 1604 in San Antonio. Officials believe the wrong-way driver intended to cause harm.

According to the Bexar County Sheriff’s Office, 29-year-old Sean Wilcoxson, was traveling in the wrong direction on east of Schultz Road when he sideswiped a truck, causing it to flip.

A female passenger that was in the truck was airlifted to University Hospital in critical condition, while the driver, her husband, suffered serious injuries and was also taken to the hospital by ambulance.

While being evaluated by authorities, Wilcoxson attempted to escape by jumping into a vehicle that was parked at the accident scene. The driver of that vehicle has originally pulled over to help the injured parties. However, after Wilcoxson took off he crashed into yet another vehicle, causing it to catch fire.

He suffered serious burns from the crash and was airlifted to University Hospital in critical condition. Wilcoxson was reported to be in such rough shape that police were unable to speak with him or administer a blood draw on scene.

A total of four cars were destroyed during the course of the events.

Complicating matters even further, it also appears that Wilcoxson is absent from public records. According to the Sheriff’s office, he didn’t have any identification on him.

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